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Saturday, February 22 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Teaching Students to Self-differentiate As a Way of Implementing a Challenging Curriculum for Every Student

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As teachers of gifted students we have learned how to differentiate, first, the content we teach second, the process, third and finally the product our students produce to demonstrate what they learn. Let’s go beyond this and additionally train our students to self differentiate. Let’s explore how offering choices and modeling products at different levels can help students engage in the processes, better serving their individual learning needs. Let’s strive to guarantee a curriculum that challenges each of our students personally. Let's train our students to learn how to assess and address the level of performance they are currently working at in any particular skill. I will share how I have done this in my classroom, and some of the results that I have achieved using this approach.

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Gian Molero

World Language Department Chair and Middle School Spanish Teacher, The Mirman School
Gian Molero has been teaching gifted students for over 15 years, currently serves as a member of the Curriculum Committee at The Mirman School for the Highly Gifted, as well as the World Language Department Chair, and the Middle School Spanish Teacher. She has previously presented... Read More →



Saturday February 22, 2020 2:15pm - 3:15pm
San Jacinto